It’s a bit disconcerting to come out of your hotel room and discover a queue of people waiting outside a neighbouring room. The establishment seemed respectable enough when I checked in. In reality there was nothing tawdry going on: these were punters waiting to enter, one-by-one, Hans Rosenström’s sound installation, one of a number of works and performances that took place around Reykjavik as part of the city’s biannual Sequences ‘Real Time Art Festival’. Saturday night was the penultimate one of the…
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